When I'm packed up and gone
Will you be laying there still

At the top of the hill
Keeping those young men down

In that spot in the trees
By the lake and all it's breeze around

And you take off your skirt
And think "Oh my, I'm a woman now."

The boys all say
You won't be late
I'll get you home on time
Your mother will never know

So look beneath our streets
Find a present there buried by me

It's my feet in a box
Waiting for you to keep

I don't need them anymore
Though my legs are mighty sore without

These places I'm going
I don't mind crawling around

Would've gladly made you mine
With all those boys in line
I didn't think you'd mind
Me crawling away


Lyrics submitted by JeffersonDogEsq, edited by suzyloo, Squarrots

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    General CommentFourth verse is hard to determine... If anyone has any idea what it might be, please feel free to submit your thoughts.

    And so you know, this one's on their split with Andrew Jackson Jihad, "Fresh Quarter/French Jihad." Personally my favorite French Quarter song.
    JeffersonDogEsqon June 15, 2012   Link

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